Cubic Designs’ manufacturing facility in Waupaca, WI, was exclusively designed and built in 2000 to manufacture mezzanines, platforms and related structures. Expanded several times since its initial construction, the recent expansion in 2014 has resulted in a current footprint of 106,000 sq. ft.
“Cubic Designs does manufacturing the way it should be done. As a person that has been in this business for over 40 years, I applaud Cubic Designs for their dedication to the whole process. They are a model company.” -Bill Shreve, Certified Welding Inspector/Wisconsin Weld Test Agent
Metals and Materials:
Cubic Designs’ manufacturing capabilities incorporate high strength carbon steel and 304 stainless steel, utilizing the following shapes for both metals: sheet, plate, HSS tube steel (square, rectangular and round), and hot rolled structural shapes. All metals and material shapes are utilized to manufacture components in all of Cubic Designs’ mezzanines and related structures.
Cubic Designs cold-forms its own c-channels from high strength carbon steel and stainless steel to provide a very cost efficient option for framing, and incorporates a 25’ press brake to achieve long c-channel spans while minimizing costly splicing.
Hot rolled wide-flange and other structural shaped beams are processed with a new “beam line,” which includes an automated shot blast system for preparing the steel and a 6-axis, robotic plasma cutter to cut and cope all pre-engineered connection points into the beams.
Cubic commonly utilizes HSS tube steel shapes for framing members in food grade applications where closed shapes are required, and also for columns and hand rail.
Finishing capabilities include an oversize, state-of-the art, powder coat paint line, and a new bead blast booth dedicated to finishing 304 stainless steel products. Sizes of products that can fit within each finishing process:
Powder coat booth size: 4’ x 8’ x 40’
Bead blast booth size: 6’ x 8’ x 38′
- AISC Certified
- AWS Certified Welders
- Licensed in County of Los Angeles (CA) and Clark County (NV)
- All welders are certified to D1.1, D1.3 and D1.6 American Welding Society (AWS) codes.